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“Locating potentially worthwhile items to add to the collection(s)” (Evans, Intner, & Weihs, 2011, p. 7)

Identifying the needs of library users is the sole focus of Identification at Lilac Grove Community Library, which is why “User Needs” is the center of this diagram. 59 more words


CeBIT 2015: Security for Industry 4.0 Made in Germany

Wibu-Systems is proud to be part of an outstanding consortium that will be officially announced at CeBIT 2015. Deutsche Telekom, Infineon Technologies, Wibu-Systems and Hirschmann have joined forces to deliver security Made in Germany to the entire Industry 4.0 arena. 370 more words


Cognitec Introduces Video Camera with Integrated Face Detection / Tracking

Dresden-based company Cognitec now offers a highly specialized IP video camera with built-in face detection and tracking technology as a component of its FaceVACS-VideoScan product. The FaceVACS- VideoScan C5 camera provides optimal image quality for real-time face recognition, even under challenging conditions, while requiring low computing hardware and bandwidth resources. 208 more words


Slow Botany

Well, I just love this little piece today by The Dabbler on Slow Botany.

As explained,

“Slow botany developed as a reaction against all those people who go galumphing about the countryside, across fields, through copses and spinneys and extensive forbidding woodland, or indeed through jungles teeming with exotica, and are forever shouting ‘Oh look!

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Should Achievement Be the Sole Determinant for Inclusion in a Gifted Program?

Image courtesy of Flickr  CC 2.0 License

Inclusion of a particular student in a gifted program is often predicated on how the term ‘gifted’ is perceived by those determining entrance requirements.  815 more words

Gifted And Talented

The Problem with Schools Not Identifying Dyslexia

“I would often have parents say, “I think my child has dyslexia.” I would listen to their concerns, nodding my head and then when they finished speaking, I would explain that the education system does not use the term “dyslexia.” ” – Susanna Barbee, former school psychologist… 446 more words